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2002 Mazda Truck Overview

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2 Dr B2300 Standard Cab SB
Avg. Price: $5,427
2 Dr B3000 4WD Extended Cab SB
Avg. Price: $7,790
2 Dr B3000 Dual Sport Extended Cab SB
Avg. Price: $6,995
2 Dr B3000 Dual Sport Standard Cab SB
Avg. Price: $6,505
4 Dr B4000 4WD Extended Cab SB
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Avg. Price: $7,655
4 Dr B4000 Dual Sport Extended Cab SB
Avg. Price: $7,126

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Dependable... by David
 — It was a small pickup, its what you would expect from a pickup. Build quality was amazing and appearance was too boot. Gas mileage was about 22-25 mpg highway, city was about 15-18. Very good vehicle ... Read More

2002 Mazda Truck Overview

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For two years starting in 2002, Mazda's compact, light pickup truck, which had been known as the B-Series Pickup since its introduction in the mid-1980s, was relabeled as simply the Mazda Truck. At the same time, the line was trimmed to just a half dozen models, down from more than a dozen in the previous year.

For 2002, the Mazda Truck was available with either a standard or an extended cab (sometimes called a Cab Plus). The standard cab truck came with either a 135-horsepower, 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine or a 147-horsepower, 3.0-liter V6. Extended cab versions came with either the 3.0-liter V6 or a 207-horsepower, 4.0-liter V6.

In addition, certain models were available with the Dual Sport trim, an extreme-sports-oriented package that included special bumpers, fenders, and wheels, as well as a raised suspension and 15-inch alloy wheels.

Standard features for the Mazda Truck included power steering, power brakes, dual airbags, an anti-theft alarm system, intermittent windshield wipers, and anti-lock brakes. Higher-end models added such standard features as air conditioning and a CD player.

The Mazda Truck's value, economy, functionality, and durability were among the positive points cited by drivers, many of whom were very loyal to the vehicle. On the downside, drivers noted that the trucks could be underpowered when compared to competitors' trucks, and that gas mileage was not as good as expected.

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